philosophy_photoOwen McLeod, Associate Professor (B.A., King’s College, London; Ph.D., UMass, Amherst), joined the Lafayette faculty in 1998 after three years of teaching at Yale University.  His main teaching interests are in ethics and the history of philosophy.  He has published several papers on justice, desert, and intrinsic value, as well as articles on Aristotle, Henry Sidgwick, and on topics in the philosophy of religion.